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8 Allocation of functional entities9 Evaluation10 Conclusions10.1 Overall architecture for on-network operations10.2 Conclusions for the functional architectureA MCPTT architectural scopeB MCPTT deployment optionsB.1 Public safety administration of the full MCPTT systemB.2 Public safety administration of the MCPTT applicationB.3 Public safety administration of MCPTT application and full SIP coreB.4 Public safety administration of MCPTT application and partial SIP coreB.5 Public safety administration of the MCPTT system plus carrier RANsB.6 Public safety administration of MCPTT application plus public safety RANsB.7 Carrier administration of the full systemB.8 Interoperability between different deploymentsC MCPTT roaming scenariosC.1 OverviewC.2 Scenario listC.3 Scenario 1: UE in visited network using primary MCPTT systemC.4 Scenario 2: UE in visited network using partner MCPTT system with connection to primary MCPTT systemC.5 Scenario 3: Communicating between UEs in different home networks using different primary MCPTT systems (interconnect)C.6 Scenario 4: UEs in home networks using primary MCPTT systemsC.7 Scenario 5: UE in visited network using partner MCPTT system without making use of real time connection to primary MCPTT systemC.8 Scenario 6: UE in visited network not using any MCPTT systemC.9 Scenario 7: UE in visited network using partner MCPTT system, communicating with both members of home and partner MCPTT systemC.10 Scenario 8: UE in same home network using partner MCPTT system with connection to primary MCPTT systemC.11  Scenario 9: Communicating between UEs on the same home network using different primary MCPTT systemsC.12 Scenario 10: UE in home network using a primary MCPTT system not in that UE's home networkC.13 Scenario 11: UE in home network using a partner MCPTT system not in UE4's home networkD Solution evaluation criteriaD.1 OverviewD.2 Evaluation criteriaE Change History

 

8  Allocation of functional entitiesWord-p. 228Up
9  Evaluation
10  Conclusions
A  MCPTT architectural scopeWord-p. 230
B  MCPTT deployment optionsWord-p. 232
C  MCPTT roaming scenariosWord-p. 240
D  Solution evaluation criteriaWord-p. 248
E  Change HistoryWord-p. 251

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